KS2 were fantastic this term in their production of ‘Bah Humbug’. All pupils participated fully and the staff were very proud of all the acting, singing and dancing. To help you remember their marvellous performance, we have taken some photographs of the scenes. Enjoy! Mrs Place.
Year 1 and Year 2 took part in a Multi Skills Festival at the Louisa Centre on 20th & 21st of November.
We would like to say a huge thank you to Specsure opticians in Consett for donating some glasses for reception class role play area. The children love to wear them and pretend to be grown ups.
The children being grandma, wolf and little red riding hood using the donated glasses.
Today the Jellyfish group had their first session of Forest School. They had the opportunity to use a mallet, dig for insects as well many other lovely things. At the end of the session they made butterflies from hotdogs and nachos and had hot chocolate. We hope they enjoy the rest of this half term.
Kirtida came to visit us and taught us lots about Hinduism. We also enjoyed listening to her stories and dressing up in traditional costumes”
Wendy came to talk to Years 1 and 2 about her life as a Buddhist. We had lots of questions to ask her!
On Monday 11th June, a freestyle footballer, Ash Randall, showed us how to do tricks with a football. It was very tricky!
The children came back after the half term holiday to discover a lovely surprise at the bottom of the garden. Our new ‘Hobbit House’ is a wonderful addition to the Nursery Garden and the children have already had lots of fun exploring.
Thank you to everyone for taking part in our Fun Run & for raising funds for our defibrillator.
Today we set the butterflies free to live their life. They hatched out of their chrysalis’ during the holidays at Mrs Jackson’s house. She fed them sugary water and fruit and today we watched them fly away. One of them liked to sit on Mrs Jackson’s finger so she put it onto a tree leaf.